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Budget Car Rental Hendra, Brisbane
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Affordable Car Rental Hendra
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Alpha Specialty Car
Mg3 or similar
Hyundai i30 or similar
Hyundai Venue or Similar
Compact Hybrid SUV
Toyota Yaris Cross Hybrid or similar
Kia cerato sedan or similar
MG ZS or similar
MG HS or similar
LDV D90 or similar
LDV G10 or similar
Toyota hilux or similar
LDV G10+ or Similar
Mitsubishi canter or similar
A Quick History of Hendra
The name Hendra comes from a railway station that was established in 1882, most likely by Queensland Railway Commissioner Francis Curnow. Hendra is a Cornish place name that means “ancient hamlet” or “old town.”
Hendra began as a farming district that grew out of the Nundah town. Citrus fruits, grapes, and pineapples were among the crops. Dairy herds were also present.
By the early postwar years, Hendra had grown significantly. Along Zillman Road, which went up from the railway station, there were local shops and Anglican, Catholic, Methodist, and Lutheran churches and a Catholic school. Hendra State High School was erected in 1963 beside the Kedron Brook outfall at the end of Zillman Road.
Thanks to the undeveloped terrain near the outfall, the Gateway Arterial Road looped around Hendra’s northwest, eventually connecting the Sunshine Coast to the Gold Coast.
Typically, accommodating a major road harms property values, but Hendra has defied convention. The high property values in Clayfield and Ascot spilled over into Hendra. Backyard stables left Hendra, and proximity to the Gateway Arterial grew to be considered favourably. In the 2000s, industrial properties along Nudgee Road were converted to less unpleasant commercial uses, and housing values in Hendra rose.
Places to Visit with your Car Rental in Hendra
The Racing Café
The Racing Cafe is located at 317 Nudgee Road in Brisbane’s Hendra neighbourhood. 31 Zomato users have given it a 3.9 rating. Cafe food is available.
The average cost of two main courses and two beers in this city is around $50.
Big Bad Wolff Espresso Bar
The Big Bad Wolff Espresso Bar is located at 140 Gerler Road in Brisbane’s Hendra neighbourhood. It has a 4.0 rating from 13 Zomato users. Cafe food is available.
The average cost of two main courses and two beers is around $30.
The Brickhouse Café
277 Nudgee Road, Hendra, Brisbane is where you’ll find the Brickhouse Cafe. It has a 4.0 rating from 29 Zomato users. Cafe food is available.
The average cost of two main courses and two beers in this city is around $40.
Saabi on Manson
Zomato users recommend coffee and Pumpkin Bread at Saabi on Manson. The majority of guests praised the staff’s friendliness as well as the decor.
Cafe food is available. 116 Manson Road, Hendra, Brisbane is where you’ll find Saabi on Manson. 79 Zomato users have given it a 4.1 rating.
The Grassroots Market
The Grassroots Market is a small market that focuses on everything that matters. Kids can learn about fruits and vegetables, plants, trash and treasure, and arts and crafts. The market is conveniently positioned on the oval in front of Hendra State School, making it quite accessible to northside residents.
Fruits, vegetables, and herbs are sourced straight from farmers. Natives, ornamentals, and succulents are among the plants for sale. Their Trash and Treasure is refreshed with various products such as children’s books and toys, clothing, small furniture, bric-a-brac, and more every week.
A supervised Arts and Crafts area with fun activities for kids are also available at the Grassroots Market.
The Hendra State School P&C runs the market, and all earnings go to school P&C projects.